A Technique for Testing Network Connections in Parallel with Mesh Topology

Javad MOHAJERANI, Reza NOURMANDİ-POUR
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Abstract


Abstract. In this paper, we connections between switches in the mesh network topology in a parallel way we've tested. The method is based on a built-in self-test, the use of buffers FIFO Each of the switches, test all connections between switches is done in parallel, not only test application time, but the area overhead of the network is reduced. 


Keywords


Built-In Self-Test, Hearing, Connections, Network with Mesh Topology

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